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 Front Cover
 Frontispiece
 Title Page
 Dedication
 Table of Contents
 Front Matter
 Seniors
 Juniors
 Sophomores
 Freshmen
 8th graders
 7th graders
 Faculty and staff
 Extra-curricular activities
 Back Matter
 Back Cover
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093680/00080
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Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1984
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
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System ID: UF00093680:00080

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Frontispiece
        Frontispiece 1
        Frontispiece 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Dedication
        Page 2
    Table of Contents
        Page 3
        Page 3a
    Front Matter
        Page 4-5
        Page 6-7
        Page 8-9
    Seniors
        Page 10-11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20-21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
    Juniors
        Page 30-31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
    Sophomores
        Page 36-37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
    Freshmen
        Page 42-43
        Page 44-45
        Page 46-47
    8th graders
        Page 48-49
        Page 50-51
        Page 52-53
    7th graders
        Page 54-55
        Page 56-57
        Page 58-59
    Faculty and staff
        Page 60-61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
    Extra-curricular activities
        Page 74-75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
        Page 80
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
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        Page 88
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        Page 97
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        Page 99
        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102-103
        Page 104
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        Page 107
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        Page 116
        Page 117
        Page 118
        Page 119
        Page 120
        Page 121
        Page 122
        Page 123
    Back Matter
        Page 124
        Page 125
        Page 126
        Page 127
        Page 128
        Page 129
        Page 130
        Page 131
        Page 132
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        Page 135
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        Page 140
        Page 141
        Page 142
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        Page 145
        Page 146
    Back Cover
        Back Cover 1
        Back Cover 2
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Wittiest:
Marian Tiblier & Lee Graver
Best Personality:
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Favorite Movies: Flashdance, Fast Time! am Ridge-
mont High & Trading Places.
Songs of the Year: "Beat It," "Every Breith You
Take",
The Year's Music: Def Leppard, Duran Duran. KN-
chael Jackson, Quiet Riot, Culture Club. Police &
Lionel Richie.
Favorite Hangouts: Yacht Club, Devil's Beach, Ran-
cho Ramos & The K.C.
Fashion Flash: OP's, checkered sneakers, muscle
shirts, Flashdance sweats, Bandanas & anything Punk
Rockish.
Words of the Year: "Cruise," "Party," "Bummer.
"Crubic," "Ex," "like" & "Gag me!"
Class Colors: Blue and Gold.
Senior Motto:
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Maria 4ndreacchio Flasia Batisruta


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Julio Feliciano
Kenneth Lancaster
Maria Pirela
Rafael Vega


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Ray Laatz


Gerry Lancaster


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Brenda Cotto
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between child and adult
Where dreams and reality clashed
Like thunderhead' in the night.
Throwing down while ist' of destruction.
Raising gigantic \oice, of complaint.
Flinging out driving gale, of ambition

There were night, of rain therapy.
.Walking hatless in a fine spray,
down empty street,
Raincoat tightly) belted against the chill,
Neighborhood warmth closed off by ponderous doors,
Inner lights dimmed b) drawn and doubled shades and curtains,,
Three moons reflecting in disparate puddles do,%n the street

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Hand brushing droplets from the bro%
mechanicall.
Mind thinking kaleidocopicall.
Aware of distant lashing neon 'igns.
Traffic on the boulevard.
Rain drop. splahing first one cheek. then the other.
Aroma of damp leaIe, hanging heavN in the air.
Juict, Fruit sweet upon the tongue.
Simultaneousl. effortlessly mo ing and feeling.
Then talking possibilities to the night
Lntil silence reigned and sleep beckoned


Charles Renno
Principal






Howard Perkins
Assistant Principal


"Two minutes before school was out, three of my friends and
I were walking down the hall after just being thrown out of
study hall when the same teacher yelled at us, "Stop, stop! Go to
the office, you three!" Boy, did we take off"! We ran down the
corridor, past the principal's office all the while the teacher was
still behind us yelling for us to stop. We approached the door :.
anxiously this was the door to our escape. You should have
seen the look on our faces the door was locked!



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Joanne Allen
Office Secretary

"I thoroughly enjoyed all phases of
my high school life from academic to
school activities. I could hardly wait for
school to start, and was sad when sum-
mer vacation came because it meant
three months without my friends. I
loved school ... these were some of the
best years of my life."












Diana Davis
Office Secretary

"It was an honor to be part of the
first graduating class in the present
building, but it was also terrific to be
part of the old CHS in Colon. My class
was so much fun! I was never absent for
fear of missing something. We had such
a great group; we were always together,
working hard and playing even harder
for good old CHS. As I look back, I ..
realize that things that I didn't consider ..
important at the time, were very impor-
tant."

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Nicki Harper
Office Secretary

"I have many fond and fun memories
of high school days. All good times
were shared with eight of my friends.
We did everything together, and those
friendships endure to this day. When I '
visit my home town, we often see each "
other. Five of them still live there and .
they keep me informed of the others in :.
my class. I value those high school ,
friendships." .


























Rinalisa 'illacorta
Nurse


"I remember when we
used it, tape little notes on
people's backs. One dia,.
when we were finally.
caught. we were sent down
to the principal's office who
happened to be a priest
You should have seen the
shocked look on his face
when he read what "nice"
girls like us had written!"










"Friendships, games.
homework. D Day excite-
ment, sleigh rides. Regents
exams, dances, yearbook
work, stage fright, all were
part of Auburn East High." l


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S.nne Gegg
Guidance Counselor



placed Russian in Germany
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ries of high school are pain-
ful I was poor and try ing to
adjust to life without mN
mother who died after the
war Nly one joy was a spe-
cial friend who stuck by me
faithfully when my teacher
and others told her to avoid
foreigners. I'll never forget
m\ friend."




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"I went to Rainbow City
High School where I was
really active in all sports -
volleyball, basketball, soc-
cer, track, baseball and soft-
ball. I enjoyed specializing
in homeruns during baseball
and softball, but my most
S. l memorable event was when
I was in the finals for table
tennis. At that time, I was
playing a fellow who was
slow and defensive. I was
more aggressive, slamming
a lot and very offensive; but
he beat me three out of five
games. That hurt."
Bedsford Bartley
Supplies Clerk

"One of the most memo-
rable things that happened
to me in high school was
when I was kicked out of
class and sent to the office
with the fear that my father
would appear (he was a
teacher at the school). Soon
enough, my father did come,
He didn't say a word, which
was even worse, and led me
towards the files from which
he pulled out a letter which
stated that any teacher
could spank or take any dis-
ciplinary actions towards
me. I never ever got kicked
out of class again." ,.



"I was the third member of mN
family% to attend Pius XI High
school This school had oser 2.000
students. My freshman class had
about 500 students. That was more
students than people in the town I
lived in! Our town was so small that
it did not have a high school conse-
quently, we had to attend a high
school in another town I wa3 lucky -
I did not have to make the hour and
a half bus ride daily for I staved
with an aunt and uncle who hied
there There was one thing that Irri-
tated me about the school Since
both of my sisters had prevlouslh
attended this school. teachers seat-
ed me accordingly One of my si --
ters was an honor student and when
I walked into a class in which the
teacher had had her. I could ,ait >
wherever I wanted But if the
teacher's class that I went into had
had my talkative sister with disc.
plinary problem. I had to sit in the
front "







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getting drafted in high
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ROTC


"My fondest high school
memory was one of realistic
dreams of changing the
world. I soon found out I
could only make a ripple in
the vast blue ocean and
change little "


Cpt. Manuel Ah'arado
ROTC


"I remember most the
Saturday afternoon we were
able by a great team effort
to upset Breckenridge High
School. thus being able to
advance to the state finals in
football. We left at eleven
for a three p.m game. I
don't think there was one
word spoken b% anyone dur-
ing the hour bus ride; no pep
talk from the coaches, just
simple, total dedication."







"I remember: The fear
the WWII would end before
I could graduate and get in-
aolved in the war.
Having only one pair of
school pants
Being hit on the top of the
head with fists when I was
inattentive ..
Wondering where I'd fit
in the world when school
was over.


Lawrence Cowley
Math


William Gansen
Social Studies


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Alex Brunell
Auto-Shop


Doris Darnell
English


Gerald Graer
Industrial Arts


"My high school was very
typical. Luckily I was able
to escape into an alternative
program 'Dynamy' during
my senior year. The first few
weeks were spent in the
White Mountains of New
Hampshire on an outward
bound program. I can clear-
ly picture waking up one
cloudless morning in an
abandoned fire tower on the
peak of a mountain. In my
view were four states and
the shimmering Atlantic
Ocean. I thought of my
classmates who would never
experience this view and of
all the textbooks I would
never experience."


"I was a Freshman, none
too sure of myself. She was
a senior cheerleader, a foot-
ball queen and just voted
'best-all-around'. I knew I
was SOMEBODY when she
cornered me in the locker
room to tell me that she
hated me because Gary had
asked me to Friday's
dance."










"During my senior year,
we had our skip day on
Thursday. My friends and I
decided to skip Friday also,
giving us extra time to have
a great weekend, finally re-
turning from South Padre
Island to our own home on
Sunday afternoon. When I
asked my mom for a note,
she refused to lie for me.
Our principal was a former
football coach and ruled
with an iron hand and pad-
dle, but finally I had to face
him, but I had a hundred
ready lies. Then I remem-
bered my mother's refusal
to lie. I reluctantly told the
truth and rather than pun-
ishing me. he let me off.
When I get in trouble, to
this day, I still think back
and remember that honesty
is the best policy."


"I remember ... a gradu-
ating class of 711 students,
... when they finally al-
lowed girls to wear pants in
school, ... my first deten-
tion, ... bell bottom pants
with flower appliques, ...
the Thanksgiving football
games so crowded you had
to buy tickets in advance,
. all the 'cool' kids in
leather suede jackets with
fringe and their hair parted
in the middle, ... Jethro
Tull and Emerson Lake &
Palmer as being my favorite
groups, ... the one teacher
who helped turn me from a
C/B student to A/B in half
year. To this day he holds a
special place in my memo-
ries."


Beth Brunell
Remedial Reading


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"I ha\e many fond
memories of my high school.
Many occurred in the class-
room while still more oc-
curred in athletics My most
vihid memory would have to
be the time my small high
school managed to win the
state basketball champion-
ship. The excitement of the
game and the weeks follow-
ing were a time I will never
forget For most of us it was
the culmination of about six
years of team work and
man\ more ear., of individ-
ual practice "


"One evening. I had a
date, but during that day.
the guys and I went to town.
Even though I had enough
money to take my date out,
I wanted some more. I had
the great idea to play 'Mas y
Menos' but lost all the mon-
ey so I had to walk from
Panama City to La Boca.
That scene ain't no joke, let
me tell you From then
on. I learned not to gamble
because you can't beat it!
The house always wins!"


Randy Grubbs
Math


Phillip Henry
Math


"I have a few pleasant
musical memories of my
high school since I belonged
to six singing solos at several
school functions including
the proms. The rest of my
memories are filled with
'one big pain' literally. I had
fallen and hurt my back
when I was in grade school,
and it took twelve years to
find a doctor who knew how
to repair the damage. One
regret that I have from my
teenage years is that be-
cause of my high scores on
the SAT and Achievement
tests. I placed in advanced
chemistry courses in college,
but the material was diffi-
cult for me. and I conse-
quently switched to the hu-
manities department to
study Languages and Lit-
erature. I had hoped to be a
genetic engineer and pres-
ently continue to wonder
whether I could have per-
haps made some beneficial
discoveries in genetics."

"I remember our Senior
trip. %e travelled across
Michigan by bus to Detroit
where we boarded the S.S.
Noronic. This ship was one
of the most luxurious cruise
ships on the Great Lakes at
that time. From there we
sailed across Lake Erie and
through the Welland Canal
to Niagara Falls. The year
following our trip, the ship
caught fire while docked in
Toronto and burned result-
ing in the loss of several
lives "


Janice Jaen
Foreign Languages


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Jerry Hicks
Science & Math


Henry Jones
Physical Education


Pat Laurenzi
English


"My most vivid high
school memory was when I
was a sophomore.As my fel-
low students and I ap-
proached our fifth period
class, we noticed a group of
teachers huddled at the end
of the corridor. Larking
about between classes, I
gave little care except I no-
ticed the school secretary
with a haggard, frightened
expression with a hint of a
tear in her eyes. It was most
perplexing, but we contin-
ued on to class. The mystery
of what was happening soon
became crystal clear, leav-
ing us shocked and bewil-
dered. A voice over the P.A.
system announced that on
this day, the 23rd of No-
vember, the President had
been shot."

"I was one of the fastest
sprinters on my high school
Varsity Track team, also the
smallest at 5'6 105 lbs. Our
Jr. Varsity and Varsity
teams were invited to a dual
meet. When we got on the
track, the teams commented
that our Jr. Varsity had too
many big boys on it, so the
coach decided to move me
down to Jr. Varsity and
move up a couple of athletes
to Varsity. So you know the
end of the story. I became
the most outstanding athlete
of the meet 1st place in the
100-200 & 400 mts. dash."

"From a bittersweet pot-
pourri of fencing swords,
polished saddle oxfords, a
typically stuffed locker, a
white and blue wrinkled
girl's uniform my pilgrim-
age through high school
continues. Carefree joys and
confused disappointments
concluded as my graduation
column of thirty girls
draped in snowy caps and
gowns carrying perfumed
crimson bouquets, swept
down the aisle. These were
the girls of the Catholic
Dominican Saint Agnes
Academy who were going to
join the awaiting world
'Grace was in all our steps.
heaven in our eyes, in our
every gesture dignity and
love.' "


"Now it's Calvin Klein, OP and L'Es-
prit; then it was Miss Pat and Old Maine
Trotters, I remember coveting a Miss
Pat outfit, really wishing Kathy's pastel
lilac one right off her or wondering how
I could steal Birdie's and stuff it into my
flute case. They were all alike skirts,
blouses, and matching leather belts. But
it was the brand that was important and.
of course, the color, the color that would
let me be different while I was alike. I
knew high school would be a total
downer without a Miss Pat to wear with
my Old Main Trotter penny loafers. My
mom brought me a cheap imitation of a
Miss Pat in a harsh pea-green; I was
depressed. Life was indeed tough! Final-
ly, joy of joys, I convinced mom I had to
have the $28.00 Miss Pat (and that was
two years ago). She consented! I lived!
School looked peachy again the same
color of my new Miss Pat!


Beverly Hoffman
English


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""My senior year in high
school Aas special because
we were the 'Spirit of '76'
(that's 1976). The bicenten-
nial celebration set the
theme for man) activities.
Being involved in school or-
ganizations and activities
kept me so busy thai the
years flew by. I have many
memories of crazy friends
and even crazier times "


Mary Leonhart
Home Economics


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"One of mN most ijvid memories
dates from m; Junior )ear was
when our English teacher assigned
an oral/written bibliographical re-
port The teacher was a man who
knew eterylhing-a %ery intelligent
man But I was sure that I could
find one field that was outside his
expertise I searched the Ilbrary
from end to end and finally found
the topic that, surely must be the
one Sterling Moss racecar driver'
Ofall things. that was the one thing
that he would know little about.
The da) came report due I turned
in the written portion and gave the
oral presentation After finishing I
asked '"ny questions' Silence
reigned-no questions, it was music
to my ears 'Gotcha'". I thought
And then he said "Tell me, do they
still use the I 2 liter engines on the
grand priz circuit or do the\ now
prefer the 20 liter1' The 20'. I
mumbled 'Most drivers find its
performance superior' I learned
two lessons that daN do all the
work and do it thoroughly and it is
possible to know at least something
about man) things "

"One day I accidently
spilled hydrochloric acid on
myself in high school chem-
istry class A mad dash to
the girls' room sink fol-
lowed. After throwing water
on myself, I looked down
and saw the large holes that
had been eaten away in my
socks and clothes It was a
close call; that could have
been my skin!"







"As a nervous seventh
grade student, I became an
eighth grade bully's target.
When her threats and taunts
suddenly stopped, I was in-
formed that my big brother.
Jim, had threatened her.
\What a surprising discovery
my brother, the bully at
home, was m. protector at
school."


Douglas McLain
Band


Bernadette O'Brien
Special Education


Judy Palumbo
English


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"No fond memories of
high school days, only trau-
matic experiences."


SSG Thomas Meade
ROTC


Rosella Alottern
Business


Luke Palumbo
Science


Gayle Rankin
Physical Education


"In my sophomore year of
high school, it was Christmas
time and the formal was com-
ing up. I asked out the cute
Puerto Rican who I had my eye
on for a long time (Shade of
'West Side Story') for a date
because that was the way it was
done back in those days How-
ever, being from a strict Span-
ish family, her parents said she
couldn't go (family chaperons
were the style). Choice #2,
U.S. but the same story . she
said yes, parents no. Try #3
SUCCESS!!! Two days later.
parents of choice #I and #2
changed their minds . ?!
(due to careful investigation of
me. I'm sure??). Now even in
those days one did not need
three dates for the same dance.
Now you know where they get
the plots for "Happy Days'
After much diplomatic manu-
vering (or so I thought). I end-
ed up at the dance with NO
date and was a wall flower once
again.

"Tiger spirit is the one
memory I have vivid in
mind of past high school
days. I was very active in
any sporting event available.
I learned to respect the rules
and officials. Sportsmanship
and leadership were sought
in every activity. The Tiger
spirit, pride and power were
evident through discipline
as well as hard working ath-
letes. The Tiger mascots,
banners, pens and noise-
makers were all a large part
of the high school activities;
whether or not you were on
the field or out in the stands,
the eye of the Tiger lived
and still does on and on."


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"In retrospect to my CHS
high school days, I remem-
ber with gratitude the dedi-
cated faculty that inspired
me to high standards, often
it was academically and
morally with my friends, or
it was my pleasurable in-
volvement in science, math,
language, music, and shop
classes. Finally, I remember
the secure peal of the school
bell ... and the graduation
formal at the Washington
Hotel, Class of '39."


"I have fond remem-
brances of being a teenager.
I lived in a small town dur-
ing the fifties and remember
those crazy, lazy days when
bouffant skirts, saddle shoes
and sock hops were the 'In'
thing. The biggest Happen-
ing on Saturday nights was
hanging around at our fa-
vorites local drive-in restau-
rant."


Charles Reeves
Science


Zoe Rowell
Math


"As I stand outside my
classroom door and watch
our students hustle from
class to class, I think back
on the year I spent at
Marywood Preparatory
School for girls. When we
changed classes, we
marched silently and in an
orderly fashion, a prison-
like straight line, approxi-
mately twelve inches from
the school walls. At each
turn of the corner stood a
student monitor, a narc,
checking to see if our bobby
socks 'were rolled down
three inches and our saddle
shoes polished. Not meeting
these standards meant a vis-
it to the principal's office. I
visited often, and the princi-
pal knew my mother who
had been there fifteen years
before."

"The old 'CHS' was lo-
cated on the bay in what was
Old Cristobal which is today
a part of Colon. I especially
remember dry season be-
cause I used to sit and day-
dream, and I also used to
enjoy the cooling breeze
blowing off the bay. The bay
was a pleasant peaceful
sight and a visual relief from
classroom work. The school
and Old Cristobal were giv-
en back to Panama in 1959.
We moved to the present lo-
cation, and my class of 1960
was the first class to gra-
duate from the new CHS.
By the way, we didn't have
any air-conditioning in the
new school either, and the
sand fleas had a field day!"


Bonnie Shank
English


William Will
Social Studies


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Edith Rozett
Special Education


"All my high school
memories were and are very
vivid. I remember parading
in the school marching band
as the first drummer, play-
ing the organ and piano for
the school choir, and also
my part in athletics. I par-
ticipated in volleyball, track
& field, basketball, and soft-
ball, and I also enjoyed the
task of conquering the skills
required to handle math-
ematics and the ability to be
able to explain it to others.
All these experiences made
my high school memories
vivid and unforgettable."


"I proudly graduated from
the National Institute of Pana-
ma. Graduating from this
school was no small feat, seeing
that only 100 out of every 1000
students actually graduated.
One of the major differences
between CHS and NIP was
that NIP required everyone to
take the same courses upon
graduation. You did not choose
your courses. Exams were very
tough. I remember staying up
all night numerous times,
cramming for the big test. And
wouldn't you know it, I saved
all my hard courses for my sen-
ior year. The school's policy of
graduating was this: a teacher
would post the single list of
those who were to graduate.
You can imagine my relief and
pride at finding my name on
the list!"


Pastor Sanchez
Foreign Language


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William Sbanl
Social Studies


Hallie Witchei
Math and Social St


"Having gone to a mili-
tary academy in the deep
south, we were exposed to a
great deal of discipline. We
were put on report for the
least infraction. The usual
punishment was to be in full
dress uniform, carrying our
M-I rifle, and march in an
orderly fashion from 2:15 to
5:00 under the watchful eyes
of the first sergeant. Of
course, I never had to march
on the bull ring, and if you
believe that, then I am MR-
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"Mathematics became a
significant part of my life in
high school. I had always
disliked arithmetic earlier,
but while taking algebra, I
fell in love with equations.
They were so logical. Plane
geometry continued the
logical approach to math in
which I excelled, but solid
geometry brought both
10.. tears and challenges. Our
1110 teacher. Mrs. Graham,
pushed hard for excellence
in her students. She dis-
cussed with her classes such
topics as space satellites
which were unknown to us
udies in that pre-Sputnik era."


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Marc Owens
Richard Leleaux
Maurice Cohens
Hunter Tiblier


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Howard Gonzalez
Joe Campanelli
Roland Contero
Wayne Forest


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Reggie Cameron
Bruce Thompson
Oscar Gallego
John Lopez
Keith Schoonover
Greg DeBoer
George Layne
Mickey Jones
John Stevens
Alex Steele
Glen Watson
Wayne Peart
Eddie Chapa


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Lee Graver
Bob Gehringer
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Grace K. Jones
Maite Calvo
Evelia Gittens
Pauline Snyder
Lavina Harjani
Akis Sanchez
Lucy Toro
Cathy Wattley
Jennifer Mathews
Vicky Leggett
Tania Juarez
Meena Mayani
Veena Mayani
Stephanie Hartfield
Tatiana Bilgray
Pat Ramirez
Julie Yznaga
Ana Martinez


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Lesa Walker
Tonya Batizy
Maria Kitras
Grace Jones
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CHEERLEADERS


Yvette Modestin
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Sandi Rankin
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selected each spring quarter. They create their own
performance, arrange practices during the summer months and
after school. They also maintain their own high standards of
personal conduct and discipline. This effort produce a high
degree of group cooperation and team spirit among the girls.
The general opinion of the cheerleaders: Cheerleading is fun,
but a lot of hard work; it is well worth it for anyone who puts
in the time and effort required.


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Brenda Stokes


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Barbara Crisoslomo


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Ton Gooding
Fonia Gooding


Alauri Iglesias


Traci Kraemer


Managers:
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Ana Seelev


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Emma Failes


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Beatrice Tubino


Fiorella Tubino


Sheila Whitney


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Alex Steele


Guy Wade Abb. Moolchan


John Lewis


Dario Dennis


Eddie Chapa


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Junior Iglesias


Jamie Chan


Ray Herrera


Coach Corey


Sean Anderson


Rudy Francis


Adrian Carver


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George L, ne
John Lewis
BobbN Gehringer
Rudc Francis
Lee Graver
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keith Schoonover
Eddie Chapa
Roland Contero
NlckeN Jones
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Allan Eckel
Bernard Joseph
\ Re\ Francis
Don Simonet
Danny Louinger
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Ana Seely
Yvette Modestin
Traci Kraemer
Dina Craig
Tania Juarez
Stacie Carey c .

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Ray Herrera
Shannon Doran
Lee Graver
Kenneth Lancaster
Hunter Tiblier
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SPEED SPECIALISTS

Adrian Carver _
Reggie Cameron
Felix Modestin
Karina Chavez -
Anastasia Steele --
Vanessa Seales
Vanessa Sobers .
Sonya Ramirez
Sandra Renno
Sheila Whitney
Janet Gibbs
Ronald Coleman
Richard Mattews
Tracy Parsons
Darrel Allamiy
Ana Martinez
Tania Gooding
Yvette Modestin
George Layne
Alex Steele '
John Lewis
Wayne Peart
Glen Watson


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GIRLS A-SLAMMIN'


Ana Seeley
Tonya Batizy
Magaly Francis
Charissa Pretlo
Kelly Hoover
Traci Kraemer
Yolanda Howell
Vannia Evans
Sheila Sperling
Yvette Modestin



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Gayle Rankin


BOYS A-SPIKIN'


Antonio Hartley
Samuel Cheung
Mainor Yocum
David Beach
Videl Dunker
David Renno
Tom Eckel
Gary Wallace
Ricardo Jardine
Rudy Francis


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Tarek Yaafar
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Eduardo Real
Mickey Jones
Lee Graver
Jay Thomas


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PRESIDENT
Beatrice Tseng
VICE PRESIDENT
Tonya Batizy
SECRETARY
Yvette Modestin
TREASURER
Mark Rowell
SPONSOR
Mary Deheck


THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION


ACTIVATES CHS


S.A. Representatives:
Vanessa Sobers
Evelia Gittens
Beatrice Tseng
Imy Plunket
Scot Stevens
Paige Barriteau
Cindy Crisostomo
Tommy Sperling
Brenda Cotto
Lee Currie
Shawn Jensen
Robert Adaway
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A warding the trophy to the winner of the sexy
legs contest Alex Steele.


The Student Association (S. .i has been
'ery acrime this year. Thew organized man}
contests, broke some traditions to
introduce nen acti ities but also
reintegrated old traditions to bring back
the old times.
This is the first year the school had a
longer first period, and it was spent hi the
elected S... representatives to read the
daili bulletin and communicate with their
fellow students about current S.A.
activities.
After eight years, it was once
reintegrated the first day school general
assembly. 4fter the principal's nelcome-
back speech, the new S.4. officers took
their oath of office. The new president
made her speech and welcomed the nen
teachers with the tradition coconut from
Coco Solo. The esent na; highlighted by a
super routine performed by the CHS
cheerleaders.
Some of the numerous activities
sponsored by the S.A. this wear were the
Jamboree and Homecoming parades; the
Spirit Week dress-ups; the painting of
lockers: contests such as the successful
se\j legs, poster contest; the Christmas
door decoration; the publication of the first
edition of the Christmas Clips and the
second edition or the Cupid's Corner; the
presentation of the well known
ventriloquist, Joe Shultz and his dummy.
Jake Jingle: the scholarships awarded, and
many others.
The Student Association has really tried
hard to make this school year a fun-filled
and pleasant one.


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Drawn Into Drama
The Creature Creeps wai
brought to life b\ CHS's
drama enthusiasts Without
their contributions. nothing
wouldd have been possible.
Mr. Jerome Peterson. a new
acitvist on CHS s drama
front, did a commendable
job as director. Mr%. Lore
Peterson also contributed
many hours as an all around
technician and spirit soother.
Mr. Graver and Mrs. Brunell
are appreciated for the
marvelous set they built A
special thanks goes to Ms.
Leonhart and Mrs. Seybold
for the great costumes they
developed Finall%, we want
to thank the students who
were the uunsung here of
the Backstage Heading the
suaff was Leslie Griffin as
Stage Manager. Roland
Contero handled the lights
and David Hudson, the
sound. Nex' %e applaud the
actors who sacril'ced
valuable time in order to
perfect their production.
Never can it be conveyed the
traumas and hardships that
Ihi, group underwent to
trdnsform this 19th century
melodrama into a believable
1984 hit. Frank. Donald,
Dais). Mord, Maritza,
BabsN. Heinrich. Gretchen,
Hannah. Olga. Heidi and
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Dario Dennis
Nicole Dunker
Ezell Eaddy
Derick Facey
Kelvin Gonzalez
Tania Gooding
Tracey Griffin
Oscar Gallejo
Thomas Hanan
Anthony Hill
Jackie Hopkins
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